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Known as '''Addle''', it is a [[Technick]].
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Revision as of 21:11, September 15, 2010

FFIX Magic Break

Magic Break as seen in Final Fantasy IX.

You place too much trust in your Magicks!

Auron, Final Fantasy X

Magic Break (マジックブレイク, Majikku Bureiku) attacks the target's magic power, or their MP.


Final Fantasy IX

Magic Break is one of Steiner's Sword Arts. It costs 4 MP to use, and can be learned for 25 AP by the Flame Saber. It has a 50% accuracy rate, but can be used repeatedly. The formula for Magic Break is as follows.

$ [(Magic * 75)/100] $

Final Fantasy X

Magic Break is found on Auron's area of the Sphere Grid.

Final Fantasy X-2

Magic Break is used by the Warrior dressphere. It also appears in the form of Magic Eraser, usable by Rikku while in Mascot, which targets all enemies.

Final Fantasy XI

Mind Break is an enemy ability used by Ahrimans. It lowers the max MP of all targets in its area of effect.

Final Fantasy XII

Known as Addle, it is a Technick.

Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings


Final Fantasy Tactics

Magic Break, known as Rend Magick in the PSP remake, is an ability available to the Knight Job class, learned for 250 JP, which reduces the target's MP.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance

Magic Break is used by both Soldiers and Warriors. The Fencer's Manastrike is similar to it. Magic Break can be learned from the Ancient Sword for 200 AP.

Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift

Rend Magick is an ability used by the Soldier and Warrior job classes, which lower's the target's Magic power if the target is in weapon range. It is learned for 250 AP through the Buster Sword for the Soldier, while for Warriors it is learned for 200 AP.




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